How does it work?
smartDOT is a magnetic disc, programmed with natural fields. Magnets are widely used as storage devices. Hard-disk drives represent the most widely used form of magnetic storage in use today. Video and audio tapes and the black magnetic stripe on bank and membership are other examples.
A digital programming process call Programmed Harmonic Interface technology encodes information in the form of fields on to the magnetic structure of smartDOT. The smartDOT holds and radiates these fields.
smartDOT does not block or shield the signal so testing with an detector will not register a change. If it did block or shield the signal the device would not function.